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UJIMA COLLECTIVE 


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The Ujima Collective is a pan-African, anti-racist, social capitalist community group organized exclusively for the charitable purposes of providing social, cultural and health educational opportunities to Manchester-area communities of African descent and the residents of New Hampshire.

 


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 EVERY MONTH IS BLACK HISTORY MONTH BECAUSE
Black History
is 
American History

We Are One
Music & Culture Festival 

Saturday, August 16th, 2014

11:45am - 8:00pm

Veterans Memorial Park

Manchester NH 
 
 
We Are One (WAO) Music/Culture Festival brings together the oldest African and Latino-centered cultural festivals in New Hampshire. Latinos Unidos established the Latino Festival in 2000 beginning an unbroken string of annual events that celebrate and communicate the range and depth of Latin culture in the Western Hemisphere. Ujima Collective founded the African/Caribbean Celebration in 2001 to address issues of social isolation and cultural alienation among New Hampshire residents of African descent through the elevation and edification of African-influenced music, dance, food and other cultural forms.

 
 
 For more info: (603) 627-4631 or stephanjemarshall.ujima@gmail.com

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UJIMA Collective ~ P.O. Box 5932 ~ Manchester, NH 03108 ~ (603)-627-4631